Data for: Prediction of Constant Power Delivery of Lithium-Ion Cells at High Loads

Published: 28 May 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ptxpzt876r.1
Christoph Nebl, Frank-Oliver Kotzur, Hans Georg Schweiger, Daniel Koch


Available energy and available charge are key factors for dimensioning batteries. Discharge duration of a battery and its dependency on discharge current amplitude are well described by Peukert’s law from low to medium current ranges. Other equations describe this dependency up to very high current rates, including the currents occurring during a short circuit. It is not charge and capacity, but energy and power which are the key parameters for dimensioning battery systems. Thus, the available power of battery cells, vs. the discharge duration was investigated from low to high constant power discharge loads. Based on the results of these experiments, a correlation of the maximum discharge duration for low to medium discharge power pulses, similar to the Peukert’s equation was found. Additionally, a new equation is proposed, describing the power range from low to very high discharge power rates. The result of this work simplifies the design of battery systems, its electromechanical components, as well as improves the prediction of available boost power e.g. for hybrid electric vehicles



Lithium Batteries Performance, Lithium Batteries Design